Guest blogger Ed Blanch writes for RED– the Intercollegiate Marxist Review. An activist with the Occupy Chick-Fil-A movement, he is also a member of Citizens for Rap Music. He comments regularly on the PETA website and blogs at There’s No Sky Fairy. Ed is a sophomore at North Jersey College of Technology majoring in media studies.
What would you think if you suddenly discovered an ancient medal in a museum of a naked person on a cross who also had a virgin mother? I read on a website that this is what was discovered in a museum by some researchers. It turns out not to be Jesus Christ, but Osirus-Dionysius. That’s right. It’s a pagan god from ancient Egypt.
It is pretty clear to me that the Jesus Christ of the Bible never existed at all and that the early Christians just adopted different gods who were out there in order to attract their neighbors to their new religion who wanted to belong to the new sect. Like Pan the Good Shepherd god. Then there is also the examples from Syria and the Middle East. Did you know that Ra the Egyptian Sun God was devoured by his followers in ritual cannibalism just like Christians eat the flesh of their Son of God and have you noticed that the words Son of God and Sun God are virtually identical when pronounced? This is because the Christians replaced the Sun God with the Son of God and that is why their holy day is Sunday.
This is just an example of how religious people use “market forces” to further their own status and wealth. They realize how much the working people like religion so they give them the religion drug to make them happy and oh yeah guess what? To make the priests happy the poor people have to give them lots of money. Its like, “Give me your money and I’ll make sure the sky fairy makes you happy one day.” Its like, “The Sun God likes gold, so give me the gold so I can make the Sun God happy and this is still going on every week in churches where the priests make the people give him their money.
Christianity also has other links with ancient pagan religions. For instance the pagan people in their religion presented flowers and oil lamps to their gods. You can see the same thing going on in Catholic churches today except it is candles.They also had ritual cleansing this is like baptism and anybody who does a little bit of research online into ancient religions as I have will also understand that the ancient lion god of Africa is just the same as Aslan from the story by C.S. Louis that I read in school and thought it was all real. In Sunday School the teacher told me Jesus died for me and rose again and then I read the book with Aslan but I forget its title, but I thought Aslan was Jesus but this was just borrowed from ancient African pagan religions like Disney’s Lion King which is another example and also Christians celebrate Halloween. Did you know that ancient religions from all over the world wear masks when the celebrate their religion and it is easy to see that all of Christianity was just borrowed and made up from other ancient pagan religions.
And why do they wear masks? So the people won’t see who the priest really is because he’s busy ripping them off and lining his own pockets and probably abusing their kids while he’s at it.
That’s why more and more people are shaking off the chains of guilt and dogmatic dogma which religions like fundamentalists at Waco and Catholics put on people and instead they are realizing that human intellect is what matters. When are people going to wake up and realize that there is no sky fairy or a heavenly father or angels or heaven? It was all made up so the upper classes can keep the people in fear. Its all thrown together from ancient pagan religions which is clear to anybody who has done a little bit of research, read a few books and taken a few minutes to think things through for himself.
For readers who are confused or upset by Ed’s remarks and would like to learn more about him go here and go here for some an analysis of CNN’s Holy Week article which is not far from Ed’s wacky ideas.
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